5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- secondary sex characteristics
- crystallized intelligence
- internal working models
- a a form of intelligence associated with the ability to use accumulated knowledge.
- b the female reproductive organ in which the fertilized ovum becomes implanted and develops to term.
- c physical characteristics that differentiate males and females but are not directly involved in reproduction.
- d generalized expectations, developed in early childhood, about how others are likely to respond in close relationships.
- e the developing organism at an early stage of prenatal development
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- the stage of development at which individuals become physiologically capable of reproducing
- in Piaget's theory, the child's belief that inanimate objects have living qualities
- an egg cell
- In Erikson's theory, a stressful period of serious soul searching and self-examination of issues relating to personal values and one's direction in life.
- a characteristic style of behavior or disposition.
5 True/False Questions
fetus → the developing organism in the later stages of prenatal development
sucking reflex → the reflexive fanning out and curling of an infant's toes and inward twisting of its foot when the sole of the foot is stroked.
autonomy vs. shame and doubt → people's ideas about their own and other's mental states- about their feelings, perceptions, and thoughts and the behavior these might predict.
developmental psychology → the branch of psychology that explores physical, emotional, cognitive, and social aspects of development.
fertilization → the union of a sperm with an ovum during sexual reproduction